Breathing New Life – a Public Lecture by Tim Smallbon

Breathing New Life outlines the journey of the Cressy Research Station, founded in 1937 and becoming a Land Army training centre through the Second World War, then a farmer training facility and then a centre of excellence for Tasmanian agriculture. But what has become of the Cressy Research Station today, and can it be revitalized with a new breath of life and scientific purpose?

Attend the lecture in person ​at Inveresk – no prior registration or notification is necessary. Admission is free for members of the Royal Society of Tasmania. The charge is $4 for students, QVMAG Friends, TMAG Friends, and members of Launceston Historical Society. General admission is $6. Normal COVID rules will apply. Alternatively, view the lecture via ZOOM Webinar. Registration required for the webinar.

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